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Ulm Minster

The Tallest Church of the World

Pedro Gula
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Ulm Minster
Inserted: 03.09.2018
Author: Pedro Gula © gigaplaces.com

Ulm Minster is a Lutheran dome in the German city of Ulm, built in Gothic style. In the church sense, it is not a cathedral because this church has never been the seat of a bishop. Originally, it was a Catholic dome, and during the Reformation it went into the hands of Protestants. Thanks to a 161.5 meter high tower, it is the tallest church in the world. The dome is 123 m long and 48 m wide. It covers approximately 8260 m². Its construction began in 1377 and was completed in 1890.

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